Hello. Here's a little Grizzly Bear named Dunbar. He's 12" tall and stands on his hind legs on his own. I am not sure where he will go to be adopted yet but either ebay or Etsy...unless he is adopted by one of my collectors ( to whom I promised a photo before listing him).
He is German mohair, posable limb, fully jointed, sculpted claws, paws, and facial features. Shading is all airbrushed.
Dunbar is absolutly gorgeous no wonder he got a home at once!
The photos you had taken of him is wonderful! The photo that show him in front he looks like he is about to sneeze (like a
bee had just tickle his nose) and the photo from his right he looks like hey I am tuff guy and the left side he looks a bit sad!
So many expressions you managed to get in one face!!! I am so impressed of your work!
I "say" it again a huge source of bear making inspiration! Wow!
. Were you going for a certain expression? Because he's telling me something and I'm wondering if he's telling everyone else the same thing.
Hi Alison. You know, I have done this same pattern so many times and every time it comes out different. Maybe the outcomes reflect my mood at the time I am creating the facial expression. It's a mystery to me.
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Judi :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug: I am doing great! How are you? I have missed you too!!!! Think about you a lot! But I do watch for your new creations - so I guess you can say I am kinda stocking you . LOL Seriously girl. It has been way too long since we last talked. But, real friendship never get effect by time dear friend.
My work is going great. I love my work so much. I mean we all do, but this has captured me in ways I can not begin to explain. Anyway, we do so need to chat some time soon.
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